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The '''Conservative Party of Canada''' (), colloquially known as the '''Tory|Tories''', is a political party in Canada. It is positioned on the right of the Politics of Canada|Canadian political spectrum. The party's leader from 2004 to 2015 was Stephen Harper, who served as Prime Minister from 2006 to 2015. The Conservative Party is the successor to multiple right-wing parties which have existed in Canada for over a century. Until 1942, one of the party's predecessors was known as the Conservative Party of Canada (1867–1942)|Conservative Party of Canada, and participated in numerous governments. Before 1942, the predecessors to the Conservatives had multiple names, but by 1942, the main right-wing Canadian force became known as the Progressive Conservative Party of Canada|Progressive Conservatives. In 1957, John Diefenbaker became the first...
Colorcode{{Canadian party colour|CA|Conservative}}
Party nameConservative Party of Canada
Name native''Parti conservateur du Canada''
LogoFile:Conservative Party of Canada.svg|150px
LeaderRona Ambrose (interim)
PresidentJohn Walsh (Canadian politician)|John Walsh
Foundation{{Start date and age|df=yes|2003|12|7}}
MergerCanadian Alliance,
Progressive Conservative Party of Canada
Headquarters#1204 – 130 Albert Street
Ottawa, Ontario
K1P 5G4
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